Tallahasse Hispanic Theater, Monticello Opera House, Monticello, Florida
Dirigida por Ángel de Armendi
Staged readings of the plays of 4 Spanish Playwrights:
Ayer, mañana by Borja Ortiz de Gondra, El túnel by Mar Gómez Glez, Suprimir para conservar by Carlos Contreras Elvira and Teclas by Cristina Colmena
One and one not always equals two. The couple and its complicated arithmetic through three stories where characters want to be happy but they don´t know how. When you get stood up, when you wake up beside a stranger, when after thirty years you don´t know what to speak about. The loneliness of sleeping alone and of sleeping with someone.
More Info: http://www.aticc.org/home/happily-ever-after
Ambassador Theatre Blog: http://blog.aticc.org/happily-ever-after-are-we/
Article by Eliza Anna Falk: http://www.aticc.org/home/for-better-or-for-worse
Typing the same document is boring and a little bit absurd, but when you are paid for that, it´s better not asking questions and just think about the money. The troubles begin when you have to share the typewriter: right side or the left? A comedy about personnel cuts and persons cuts, you know, the recession.
Spanish theatre has experienced a remarkable renaissance in recent years. On the occasion of the 2013 PEN World Voices Festival in New York, eight plays by seven Spanish playwrights (Cristina included) will be presented by the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, Spain Culture New York-Consulate General of Spain, Fundación Autor, and the Instituto Cervantes for a two-day festival of readings and discussion at the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, the Graduate Center, CUNY.
Book Rehearsal article
INSIDE is a performance intervention for international collaboration taking place in the private spaces of the iconic and storied Gara de Nord, Bucharest’s main train station. Last May PopUP Theatrics traveled to Madrid to launch INSIDE , our third concept, at the glamorous InterContinental. From the posh full floor presidential suite to tiny maids closets to dark cellar corners, audience members were given the opportunity to enter into familiar territory while gaining unprecedented access to unseen spaces within the hotel.
Set against the backdrop of the historic former residence of the Ambassadors of Spain, the funny and biting plays will come alive in a non-traditional setting. This event encourages international collaboration through creative partnerships among artists —Spain’s brightest young playwrights, outstanding DC actors, and innovative directors Joshua Morgan (Artistic Director, No Rules Theatre Company), Colin Hovde (Artistic Director, Theater Alliance), and Jacob Janssen (Assistant Director, Red Speedo, Studio Theatre)— while giving our mutual audiences a cross-cultural experience and a taste of some of the best contemporary playwriting coming out of Spain.